Walnut Creek State Park
Located on Lake Keystone, Walnut Creek State Park offers fishing, boating, water skiing, wildlife viewing, and more. The lake and park are both nestled between sandstone bluffs and sandy beaches, making it a beautiful location to get away from it all. Principal wildlife includes squirrel, rabbit, quail, dove and waterfowl. Visitors have access to swim beaches, lighted and unlighted boat ramps, a softball field, a group picnic shelter and playground areas. The park has 73 full and semi-modern RV hookups, tent sites and comfort stations with showers and picnic areas.
Hikers, mountain bikers and equestrian enthusiasts will enjoy the 15-mile multi-purpose Sand Plum Trail which features flat to rolling terrain with many vistas of the lake. Visitors must bring their own horses, as horses are not available to rent at the park. Walnut Creek State Park also offers an equestrian campground with electrical hookups, water, picnic areas, grills, picket posts and a comfort station.
Although the park is closed during the winter, a boat ramp remains available for accessing Lake Keystone year-round.
Cyclists in the park will enjoy the 15-mile multi-use trail which offers beautiful views of Lake Keystone.
The park offers full and semi-modern RV hookups, tent sites and comfort stations with showers and picnic areas. It also has an equestrian campground with electrical hookups, water, picnic areas, grills, picket posts and a comfort station.
Keystone Lake provides great fishing opportunities for white and black bass, crappie and catfish.
A 15-mile multi-use trail at Walnut Creek State Park offers visitors the chance to enjoy the park's scenic, natural setting.
Horseback riders can bring their own horse and stay at a special equestrian camp in the park. In addition, a 15-mile multi-use trail is available for riders.
Several picnic areas and a covered shelter offer great settings for park visitors to enjoy their meals.
RV users will find 73 full and semi-modern hookups in the park, as well as a RV dump site.
Swimming in Lake Keystone is a great way to cool off on a hot summer day at Walnut Creek State Park.
Walnut Creek is closed seasonally from December 1 through March 31, but offers a boat ramp outside the gated area year-round.
From Highway 412, take 209 West Avenue and travel north approximately 14 miles. Look for the large sign on the right side of the road, and turn left into the park.